Seductions Of Crime Moral And Sensual Attractions In Doing Evil Pdf
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Seductions of Crime (Katz)
The central thesis of Seductions of Crime is that situation-specific emotional and sensual sensations play a major role in the committing of crimes. It is not a complete theoretical building, but rather the sensual experiences and emotional states of the perpetrator that are brought to bear in various forms of crime — from occasional shoplifting to cold-blooded robbery. Jack Katz. Conventional categorizations of crimes follow the requirements of prosecution rather than asking how the offender experiences the crime. The offence arises spontaneously from the situation, the perpetrator acts emotionally determined, is not to be deterred by severe punishments and usually makes no serious attempt to flee. The sneaky thrills include property offences such as occasional shoplifting, vandalism or joyriding, which are typically committed by juveniles theft especially by women. In contrast to professional theft, in which the stolen goods are resold on the black market, casual theft is a widespread phenomenon among all classes and is not the result of a simple willingness to enrich oneself or material misery.
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Seductions Of Crime
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Close, emotional proximity to street gangs provide excitement that can become an addiction. Gang involvement and risk-taking provides youth with excitement and escapism. This study explored why young people in marginalized communities disproportionately became involved in street gangs. Psychological issues triggered by marginalization and limited opportunity are highly associated with the choice to self-identify with a gang. Boys and men are the most common gang members, but people across the gender spectrum are drawn to gang life.
According to the rational choice theory, criminals, like all people, are rational actors and their criminal behavior is the result of rational choices that they make in light of situational contingencies.
Cultural criminology is a subfield in the study of crime that focuses on the ways in which the "dynamics of meaning underpin every process in criminal justice , including the definition of crime itself. As opposed to other theories, cultural criminology views crime in the context of an offenders culture as a motive to commit crime. The theory gives motives to a crime, whereas other theories, such as rational choice theory , explain what was gained. Sociologist Jack Katz is recognized by many as being the foundational figure to this approach  through his seminal work, Seductions of Crime , written in Developed in both the United States and the United Kingdom , the approach has had transnational impacts. Recent theories within cultural criminology take into account the role of space such as urban space in the construction of crime, positing, for example, that where an action takes place is as important as the effect of the action in determining criminality. The roles of excitement and control in cultural criminology has laid the foundation for the sociological concept of "edgework".
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